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Sunday morning remains the most segregated time in America

The quote from Martin Luther King in 1963 still remains largely true. TIME magazine survey had 25% of large evangelical churches that were racially diverse in 2007. This is an improvement no doubt over the 6% mark recorded in 1998. More… Continue Reading

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Book of Numbers

The great storm continues to soak us, buffet us, and find the leaks in our souls. Yesterday, there were almost no cars on the roads… only a few people in the office…and only a few restaurants still open. Continue Reading

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Your Health Matters; Hows your Sleep?

What our sleeping habits reveal about our relationship with God. More… Continue Reading

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Suicides, Western Australia’s Sobering Statistics:

From 11.8 to 13.2 per 100,000 the only state showing a rise over 2006-2010 (National average 10.7)

At 18.5 per 100,000 Regional WA fare worst

Men were about four times more likely to die from suicide than women

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Tattoo? Think Before you Ink

Tattoos fade of course and never look that great for long but once you’ve got them they’re there for life. And things change, life moves on, allegiances shift. What seemed a bright idea when you’re 18 might not seem quite so smart when you’re 81. More… 

Leviticus 19:28 (KJV) v.28 Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the Lord.

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Ministries with MinistryWatch.com's Transparency Grade "A"

While identifying the best ministries is challenging given the selfless work that so many do for the cause of Christ, MinistryWatch.com believes that their list of 30 excellent ministries will be helpful to many doners. Each of the ministries mentioned has the… Continue Reading

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Scam Warning

For the interest of readers who may unwittingly be drawn into online business or relationship scams ChurchinPerth wish to direct readers attention to this helpful site:   www.scamnet.wa.gov.au/scamnet/Home.htm Related:  Read: September 5, 2011 | by Aleisha Orr | Original Source: watoday.com.au “Online romance costs… Continue Reading

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Married Couple's now a Minority in United States

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Three mornings a week, when Becky Leung gets ready for work, her boyfriend is just getting home from his overnight job. When her mother drops hints about her twin sister’s marriage, she laughs it off. And… Continue Reading

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More Chinese Divorces then Marriages

Nearly two million couples divorced in 2010 in China — far more than the number who got married in the world’s most populous nation, state media reported. More… Continue Reading

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Western Australian Youth Receives Dubious Drinking Honour

The National Drug Research Institute’s Associate Professor Tanya Chikritzhs found 22.5 per cent of West Australians aged 14-17 who drank alcohol did so to excess, consuming more than the national health guideline of four drinks per session. Nationally that figure… Continue Reading

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He who finds a wife finds a good thing

Despite the barbs of comedians and the spectacular bust-ups documented in the gossip magazines, marriage really is good for you, international research has found. A study of nearly 34,500 people in 15 countries found married people are less likely to… Continue Reading

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When Your Own Let You Down

The Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was “defeated not by Christians or Muslims, but by secular Hindus.” John Dayal, secretary general of the All India Christian Council (AICC) commenting on the recent Indian election which saw the Hindu radical… Continue Reading

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The Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was "defeated not by Christians or Muslims, but by secular Hindus." 

John Dayal, secretary general of the All India Christian Council (AICC) commenting on the recent Indian election which saw the Hindu radical leaning BJP suffered a significant drop in support. Over 80 percent of the more than 1 billion people… Continue Reading

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Abortion numbers increased due to economic downturn according to a report from Singapore.

The nation’s birth rate falls well below replacement level for some years despite very active government intervention to increase family size. The population growth has been sustained through increased migration intake particularly from China. Singapore has very liberal abortion policies… Continue Reading

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What deadly sin does the Latest Release Smartphone most provoke in you?

What deadly sin does the Latest Release Smartphone most provoke in you? Continue Reading

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Run the extra mile

Researchers at Stanford University in California found from a nationwide survey on running club that exercise extending to 200 minutes a week showed significant health benefits as compared to the average 20 minutes a week of an average person. Middle-aged… Continue Reading

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Christianity is the 2nd Largest Organised Religion in China

Christianity is China’s second-largest officially recognized religion.  More… Continue Reading

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45GB per Person on Earth

Global digital information amounted to 281 billion gigabytes in 2007 and growing Global digital information (the digital universe) amounted to 281 billion gigabytes (GB) (281 exabytes) in 2007, or almost 45 GB of digital information for every person on earth,… Continue Reading

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Christian votes helped Kevin Rudd into government

According to as study conducted by The Australian’s journalist, Christopher Pearson. Most pronounced in the swing amongst Christians was those votes received from the charismatic and pentecostal sectors. In particularly, “where former Howard battlers overlapped with churchgoers, the Liberals were… Continue Reading

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Regular church attendance in Australia

All except the Pentecostal are in decline, and ageing. Catholics are holding up better than others because of their education institutions and Catholic immigrants. (source: Alan Nichols’ Crunch these numbers, Eternity March 2010) Adelaide, City of Churches, is the least religious… Continue Reading

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